Stay in the historic house, home to West Dean College of Arts and Conservation* in West Sussex, in single, twin or double rooms.
Bedrooms are mostly traditional in style with a smaller number of contemporary style rooms. You can expect a peaceful stay as all rooms are without a television. Rooms are located in the house or in the Old Vicarage, a 19th century house situated behind the College.
Bed and breakfast is from £75 per room per night. Availability
varies as we are a working college with a popular short course
programme that includes a residential option.
If you're booking accommodation as part of a short course, you will need to this with your course booking.
* West Dean House, home to the College, is a Grade II listed building of cultural and historical significance. As part of our ten year strategy we are restoring the 126 year old roof. Scaffolding went up in July 2018 and the work is expected to take 86 weeks.
An escape to West Dean House, set in 6,400 acres of countryside, offers a retreat location with stunning views and the tranquil West Dean Gardens which you can explore during your stay.
Wander through the 300 foot-long Edwardian Pergola and the Victorian Glasshouses; these are some of the few still in use in the UK. If you're feeling adventurous, you can take some time out to explore St Roche's Arboretum and its 50 acres with hidden glades and impressive views.
Swim in our outdoor heated swimming pool (open May to September) or enjoy a game of croquet or bowls on the lawn, overlooking the South Downs. There is also plenty of free parking.
Just six miles from the historic city of Chichester and a few minutes' drive from Goodwood Racecourse, there is plenty to do during your stay:
To book bed and breakfast please call 01243 811301 or email email@example.com
Due to the historic nature of West Dean House, we regret that we cannot allow children to stay in the property overnight.